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Continuing education begins within industries
from Atlanta Business Chronicle
Sara Meier is seeing huge increases in professionals going back to school for additional training and credits. Community colleges, which have been the recipient of some of the federal stimulus funds, are experiencing unusually high applications, and programs that are certified by the International Association of Continuing Education and Training, or IACET, are seeing robust attendance, Meier said. More
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